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Hyperspectral Imaging Technology

PARC has developed a hyperspectral imaging technology with the potential
to be integrated into just about any existing imaging system. The technology
demands a minimal cost and size overhead as it relies on a liquid crystal layer about as thick as a human hair.

2014

2012

Optics and Optical Systems Services

1 March 2012

Companies, both large and small, can now take advantage of PARC’s expertise in leading-edge optics and optical systems development to further their business goals. PARC’s capabilities today include micro and large-area imaging and non-imaging optical system designs, prototyping, process optimization, and transfer to manufacturing.

2010

Compact and fast optical vibration sensor

Photonics in the Transportation Industry: Auto to Aerospace III

5 April 2010

Handheld flow cytometer for monitoring bacteria in water

Optics and Photonics in Global Homeland Security VI

5 April 2010

2009

Low-cost interrogation unit for wavelength-encoded optical sensors

7th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring

9 September 2009

2001

A bookscanner for fragile books

PICS Conference

22 May 2001

 

 

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